Technical information Solid tungsten carbide tool body for increased stability

Technical information solid tungsten carbide tool

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Technical information: Solid tungsten carbide tool body for increased stability and smooth running. DP face edge suitable for plunging. Positive shear angle for improved chip removal when ramp plunging. Axial infeed for grooving and sizing maximum 1.0 - 1.5 x D. Resharpenable up to 3 times with normal wear. DP, Z 1 WO 120 2 50 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm Z DRI ID 5 60 12 8x35 1 RH 191086 6 60 14 8x35 1 RH 191087 8 60 14 8x35 1 RH 191088 RPM: n = 18000 - 24000 min -1 5. Routing 5.1 Sizing and grooving 5.1.3 Shank cutters DP Feed speed v f depending on cutting depth a p a p [mm] v f [m*min -1 ] 2 4 6 8 12 14 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 Ø 5 x 12 NL Ø 6 x 14 NL; Ø 8 x 14 NL 8 9 10 a p 10 Workpiece material: Plastic coated chipboard Operation : Sizing RPM: n = 18000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : MDF = 0.8; uncoated chipboard = 1.1 a p [mm] v f [m*min -1 ] 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 7 6 5 4 4,5 3 2 1 0 0 Ø 5 x 12 NL Ø 6 x 14 NL; Ø 8 x 14 NL 8 9 10 a p 5 Workpiece material : Thermoplastics, compound materials Operation : Sizing RPM : n = 18000 min -1 available ex stock available at short notice Instruction manual visit
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34 Router cutter Diamaster PRO Application: Router cutter for sizing and grooving with continuous cutting edge. Particularly suitable for machining MDF with direct lacquering or foil coating of the machined edges. Machine: Stationary routers with/without CNC control, machining centres, milling machines with spindles to mount shank tools. Workpiece material: Hardwood, chipboard and fibre materials (MDF, HDF etc.), uncoated, plastic coated, veneered etc., duromers, plastomers, laminated materials (HPL-compact laminate, Trespa, multiplex plywood). Technical information: Negative cutting edge shear angles (only for ID 091158 ) for tear-free edges during grooving and to support the workpiece clamping of smaller parts. Resharpenable 3 to 5 times with normal wear. Maximum chip removal 4 mm; roughing cut required for higher chip removal. DP, Z 2 WO 140 2 50 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm Z DRI ID 10 70 12 12x40 2 RH 091158 18 90 25 16x50 2 RH 091190 RPM: n = 16000 - 24000 min -1 5. Routing Feed speed v f depending on cutting depth a p a p [mm] v f [m min -1 ] 5 10 15 20 25 18 16 14 12 8 6 4 0 20 10 11 Ø 18 x 25 NL (a e =0,5 … 4 mm) a p a e Workpiece material: Plastic coated chipboard Operation: Jointing Speed: n = 18000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : MDF = 0.9; Veneer across grain = 0.7 5.1 Sizing and grooving 5.1.3 Shank cutters DP available ex stock available at short notice Instruction manual visit
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35 Router cutter Diamaster PRO Application: Router for sizing and grooving with continuous cutting edge. Machine: Stationary routers with/without CNC control, machining centres, milling machines with spindles to mount shank tools. Workpiece material: Chipboard and fibre materials (MDF, HDF etc.), uncoated, plastic coated, veneered etc., duromers, plastomers, laminated materials (HPL-compact laminate, Trespa, multiplex plywood), NF-metals.
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